"a still is not a film. it lacks the dimensions of time and movement — indispensable components of film art — and represents only a small fraction of a single second of a given motion picture."
— amos vogel, film as a subversive art (1974)
20 notes "it seems to me that obliviousness about white advantage, like obliviousness about male advantage, is kept strongly inculturated in the united states so as to maintain the myth of meritocracy, the myth that democratic choice is equally available to all. keeping most people unaware that freedom of confident action is there for just a small number of people props up those in power, and serves to keep power in the hands of the same groups that have most of it already."
— peggy mcintosh, white privilege: unpacking the invisible knapsack